[Msa-discuss] Fwd: The Museum of Modern Art, New York presents Picasso: The Making of Cubism 1912–1914

Nick LoLordo lord9691 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 17 14:32:58 EDT 2014


oops, ambiguity mine!--I'd meant to mention the (apparently identical) price of the ipad app. 

sadly, I doubt we can all download it for free Friday evenings....



V. Nicholas LoLordo

> On Sep 17, 2014, at 11:08, cjnoland <cjnoland at uci.edu> wrote:
> 
> Yes, that always makes me pause, too.  Here's some help, though (from 
> MOMA website):
> 
> "Admission is free for all visitors during UNIQLO Free Friday Nights, 
> held every Friday evening from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Tickets for UNIQLO Free 
> Friday Nights are not available in advance. Your UNIQLO Free Friday 
> Night ticket permits you to all other Museum galleries, exhibitions, and 
> films."  (I'm assuming "other Museum galleries" means you can see all 
> exhibitions...)
> 
> 
>> On 17.09.2014 07:40, Nick LoLordo wrote:
>> I think it's worth mentioning MOMA's price: $24.99.
>> 
>> V. Nicholas LoLordo
>> 
>>> On Sep 16, 2014, at 18:15, Jonathan Morse <jmorse at hawaii.edu> wrote:
>>> 
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: E-FLUX <info at mailer.e-flux.com>
>>> Date: Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 10:00 AM
>>> Subject: The Museum of Modern Art, New York presents Picasso: The
>>> Making of Cubism 1912–1914
>>> To: morsej001 at gmail.com
>>> 
>>> September 16, 2014
>>> 
>>> _ [1]
>>> 
>>> THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK
>>> 
>>> [2]
>>> 
>>> PICASSO: THE MAKING OF CUBISM 1912–1914_
>>> Available now as an iPad app [3] or interactive PDF [4]
>>> 
>>> www.moma.org [2]
>>> 
>>> Download the e-flux iPad App [5]_ Share [6] [7]
>>> 
>>> Dive into one of the most experimental periods in Pablo Picasso's
>>> career with PICASSO: THE MAKING OF CUBISM 1912–1914_, the first
>>> digital-only publication from The Museum of Modern Art and the first
>>> monographic e-book to be authorized by the artist's estate. This
>>> immersive e-book features over 400 high-resolution images and the
>>> latest research on 15 groundbreaking works created by Picasso
>>> between 1912 and 1914. Edited by ANNE UMLAND, The Blanchette Hooker
>>> Rockefeller Curator of Painting and Sculpture, MoMA, and BLAIR
>>> HARTZELL, independent art historian and curator, the
>>> cross-disciplinary project embraces the innovative features of the
>>> digital format to present in-depth new scholarship on a breakthrough
>>> moment in the history of Cubism and 20th-century art.
>>> 
>>> Catalyzed by the exhibition _Picasso: Guitars 1912–1914_,
>>> presented at MoMA in 2011, _PICASSO: THE MAKING OF CUBISM
>>> 1912–1914_ draws upon the many insights gathered by curators,
>>> scholars, and conservators during first-hand examination of
>>> paintings, sculptures, and works on paper in the Museum's galleries
>>> and conservation labs, and in the three intensive years of study
>>> since the show. The project marshals the technical and archival
>>> resources of the Museum to offer fresh, object-focused research on
>>> canonical works of art, serving as both an important new reference
>>> and a groundbreaking interpretative resource.
>>> 
>>> The publication delves into the Picasso's complex, cross-medium
>>> studio practice in the years between 1912 and 1914 by examining his
>>> cardboard and sheet metal _Guitar _constructions alongside the
>>> drawings, papiers collés, mixed-medium paintings, photographs, and
>>> assemblages made during this period. Each chapter features an
>>> illuminating essay by a scholar and is complemented by a wealth of
>>> documentation. Featured images range from interactive 360-degree
>>> views of constructed sculptures to X-rays and ultraviolet, infrared,
>>> and raking-light photographs taken in the conservation lab. Detailed
>>> conservation notes offer key insights into the artist's materials
>>> and processes.
>>> 
>>> Archival documentation includes newly discovered and previously
>>> unpublished photographs of Picasso in his studio, as well as an
>>> illustrated provenance, exhibition history, and published references
>>> for each object. Rare primary-source images show the works in the
>>> homes of early collectors, in historical gallery installations, and
>>> in early publications, augmenting the physical history of the object
>>> with details of its ownership, display, and reception. Video clips
>>> of curators and conservators speaking about the objects further
>>> enhance the rich interactive study of these objects.
>>> 
>>> SCOTT GERSON, private art conservator and former Associate
>>> Conservator, MoMA, served as conservation editor. Contributing
>>> scholars include ELIZABETH COWLING, Professor Emeritus and Honorary
>>> Fellow, History of Art, The University of Edinburgh; JEREMY MELIUS,
>>> Assistant Professor, Department of Art and Art History, Tufts
>>> University; and JEFFREY WEISS, Adjunct Professor, Institute of Fine
>>> Arts, New York University, and Senior Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim
>>> Museum.
>>> 
>>> _PICASSO: THE MAKING OF CUBISM 1912–1914_ is available as an iPad
>>> app [3] from the App Store and as an interactive and enhanced PDF to
>>> be read on laptop or desktop computers using Adobe Reader through
>>> momastore.org [4].
>>> 
>>> 311 East Broadway
>>> New York, NY 10002, USA
>>> 
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>>> 
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